The township's average per capita income in 2000 was $74,272, compared with $50,092 for all of Delaware County, which ranked 4th in Pennsylvania after:
Chester County ($62,500)
Montgomery County ($60,829)
Bucks County ($59,727)
The Commonwealth of Pennsylvania had average per capita income of $49,184 in that year. As illustrated, Radnor's average per capita income is more than double the statewide average, almost 2-thirds greater than the Delaware County average, and just less than 50% higher than the (unweighted) tri-county average. These are all indicators of the community's strong income base and ability to pay.